With a total purse of $161,620 available for prize money, 40 boats entered South Jersey Marina’s 8th Annual Tuna Tournament that was held this past week. The forecasted bad weather held off and during the three day event we saw 44 tuna weighed. There were many winners, but the top prizes went to: Moore Bills… Read more »
Amanda Miller came to Cape May for vacation this week all the way from Queen Creek, Arizona and decided to join her family for an offshore fishing trip on Capt. John Sowerby’s charter boat Hooked Up II. Since this group lives where there is no salt water, they were not sure what to expect from… Read more »
The inshore fishing this week has really produced some nice catches for the South Jersey Marina Charter Fleet. Capt. Bittmann on the Top Shelf caught several flounder on Wednesday and has 10 of them on display in the attached photo. Capt. Lechner on the Slammer also caught 10 flounder that day. Sea bass continues to… Read more »
The drupe is one diverse food group. The common denominator in culinary terms seems to be intense flavor. This makes for fun in the kitchen.
From Higbee Beach to Poverty Beach, Cape May is a beach-lovers’ paradise. Pick the beach that suits you best and put your best suit on (swimsuit that is). Whether you’re interested in seeing friends, returning to a traditional spot, convenient food and beverage, solitude, or nearby shopping, there’s beach that’s just right for you on Cape Island.
Butterfly weed is a beautiful fiery orange plant that is now blooming all over southern New Jersey. It has always been one of my very favorite wild flowers. It is known by many different nicknames, but most old timers call it “Railroad Annie” because it often grows along railroad tracks or in vacant fields. Butterfly enthusiasts call it butterfly weed because its colorful blooms attract butterflies.